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Goddam C++ Error (using Dev-Cpp)

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I am getting an annoying error in a simple class, and I can't figure out where it is:
class AbsCore {
      bool result;
   public:      
      bool Initialize (int renderer);
      bool InitOpenGL ();
      bool InitDX ();
}

bool AbsCore::Initialize (int renderer) {
     switch (renderer) {
            default:
            case 1:
                 result = InitOpenGL();
                 return true;
            case 2:
                 result = InitDX();
                 return true;
     }
}


It gives me the following error in the line
bool AbsCore::Initialize (int renderer) {


The error is:
Quote:
21 D:\code\AbsCore.cpp new types may not be defined in a return type
What am I doing wrong?

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You're missing a semi-colon (;) at the end of your class definition.

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geeee, noticed that a bit later lol

waht a noob thing to miss.... dam dam

I'm so shy now lmao!....

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